Asus 5G concept design: leaks evoke Nokia phones with two sliders
By Ingrid Wilhelmina 2019-05-24 208 0
When you slide the phone screen up, the keypads are at the bottom, and sliding the screen down displays the speakers. A similar approach is currently being implemented by Asus, the company recognized for its innovations in the personal computer market. They have made many new phones, but they have not yet bought this model that would impress the crowd and sell like hotcakes.
Evan Blass loses conception
Evan Blass is a popular Twitter personality known for his authentic leaks. When it reveals the display of the Asus 5G smartphone with sliders, it is obvious that it will not miss the target. The designers managed to get a design almost without glasses because there is no front camera on the screen.
This is a step ahead of what Samsung has done with its perforated camera. With the exception of the curved corners and the thin lip that runs along the screen, there is nothing but the screen of this beautiful smartphone Asus. There are two different models listed by the manager.
One of them, when you slide the screen down, reveals two front cameras. They are appropriately supported by two LED lights and it seems they wanted to use every available square centimeter. Although it remains to be seen whether users actually need two bright LED lights in the front, it's good to see that they did not let go of the space gained by using a slider design.
Two different models in production?
In the other design photo, it seems that many people like double speakers and that particular model of Asus is equipped with Harman Kardon speakers. They should be able to provide high volumes and the lack of fingerprint sensors at the back confirms that it is most likely integrated with the screen.
There are other leaky photographs in which you find an additional display line, such as the new Apple MacBooks. The small screen provides access to additional features on an application and acts as a secondary screen. The cameras are always in the upper part, but they are individually separated by LEDs dedicated to each of the front cameras.
You have to see which particular model Asus supports for its 5G phones and it is also possible that both devices can go to the stores as two individual models. Anyway, the collage of images that Evan Blass posted on the phones in action looks very promising and adds to the rumor that Asus has indeed provided two models that meet the specific needs of the user.
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